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Swagelok Texas Mid-Coast

Your Authorized Swagelok Sales and Service Center

Compressed Gas Leak Detection Surveys

Click the image to view a sample report (click opens PDF).
As part of this service, we tag, code, or catalogue every leak found, organizing details on size, location, and type of each leak in a clear report. Click the image to view a sample report (click opens PDF).

Minimize compressed gas leaks. Maximize efficiency.

 

Leaks are expensive. To minimize leaks, try Swagelok's Compressed Gas Leak Detection Program. We track down argon, helium, nitrogen, and CDA leaks as small as 1 x10-3 cm3/s; quantify and analyze each one; and arm you with details you need to tighten up your operation.

 

Tracking down leaks takes time

 

Most facilities are losing revenues through increasing operating costs and rising energy consumption due to unknown leakage, and their teams do not have the extra time and resources needed rectify these issues. Our trained staff can provide consultation and an on-site leak survey to fully investigate your facility.

 

Advanced tools in the right hands

 

With the aid of several tools—Swagelok Snoop Liquid Leak Detector and sensitive ultrasonic leak detection equipment—we assess and test the connections in your facility, both Swagelok and other manufacturer's fittings.

 

Improve efficiency, increase reliability, and reduce energy consumption and emissions in everyday plant operations by addressing and eliminating gas leaks throughout your facility.

 

We’ll help you identify leaks and quantify leak rates so you can prioritize the most critical issues to address based on safety, cost and productivity.

 

Upon completion of the survey, we present a detailed report documenting all connections tested and any issues that were found.

 

Through the Swagelok Compressed Gas Leak Detection Evaluation you can improve efficiency in everyday plant operations by:

 

  • Increasing reliability, decreasing energy consumption, and reducing emissions due to component failures, installation errors, and incorrect product selection
  • Reducing energy loss in everyday plant operations
  • Reducing operating costs associated with gas leaks